Tim Cook, Apple CEO in an interview told that the new update will arrive next month in a developer release before the global rollout. According to MacRumors, which has reported the detailed remarks, Cook said that Apple will start telling customers if iOS is reducing performance in order to prevent unexpected shutdowns.
"We deeply apologize for anybody that thinks we had some kind of other motivation", Cook told United States broadcaster ABC on Wednesday (Thursday in Manila).
"We're gonna give people the visibility of the health of their battery so its very very transparent, this hasn't been done before", Cook said.
After it was confirmed that Apple had been secretly slowing down the performance on its iPhones with aging batteries, its user base was not happy. "Now we don't recommend it, because we think that people's iPhones are really import to them, and you can never tell when something is so urgent".
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As for real capital expenditures, Apple will be investing over $30 billion during said period, mainly in data centers, and a new campus on a site that will be announced later this year.
While in terms of power and performance, the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X are more or less the same given that save for some differences in screen size, resolution, battery, and camera, they are essentially the same product.
Late a year ago, it was discovered that Apple intentionally slows down older iPhones to prevent random reboots.
"Our actions were all in service of the user".
The new setting will allow them to make their own choice, however, at the risk of increasing the chances of their device crashing. Replacing the older batteries with new ones will bring back the older iPhones' peak performance. The disable throttling option is expected to be released with their developer beta in February and it could be available as a final public release sometime in March.